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Alan Turing's Homepage

Who was Alan Turing? Founder of computer science, mathematician, philosopher, codebreaker, strange visionary: the father of homonym machine.

arXive.org e-print archive

ArXiv is an e-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linear science and computer science. arXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution.

Fractal Explorer

Fractal Explorer is a freeware fractal generator that can produce mysterious and beautiful mathematically-based images. Not just a tool for professionals, Fractal Explorer can render the classical polinomial fractal sets (like the Mandelbrot-set, the Julia-set, the Newton-set and theirs variations), 4D-complex fractals (called «quaternions»), 3D «strange» attractors, and IFS. Also, FE has many features for creation of special effects and improvement of the pictures.

Historical Mathematics Monographs 

It's a collection of selected monographs with expired copyrights chosen from the mathematics field. These were monographs that were brittle and decaying and in need of rescue

Project Euclid

A partnership of independent publishers of mathematics and statistics journals.

The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive

Biographies, history topics, famous courves and much more... all about math in the History.

The University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection

The University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection is a growing library of books selected from the University of Michigan mathematics collection that have been digitized to improve access and to preserve the content of these books. All of the books in this collection were published in the 19th or early 20th century.

What is Mathematics: Gödel's Theorem and Around.

A large and complete hypertext about the real meaning of Mathematics, from the Platonism to the Gödel's Theorem.

Wikipedia mathematics portal

A portal is an introductory page for a given topic. It complements the main article of the subject by introducing the reader to key articles, images, and categories that further describe the subject. Here you have the maths portal of the most famous and complete free web encyclopedia.

www.math.com

Math.com - The World of Math Online